motion of traffic, the water, the weather. >> it will bring together art, technology, culture. >> i don't want to be understating the impact it will have as a legacy for others to be inspired to do more with the public realm, public art, to celebrate our culture, our diversity, our unique identity. >> they will begin the install it in october, with a lighting ceremony scheduled for next march. the installation is supposed to be up for two years. but, you know, temporary art has a way of staying around for a lot longer time. in san francisco, don sanchez, abc7 news. in just a few hours people will be taking part in san jose's annual walk to defeat als, also known as lee gehrig's disease. all the funds raised go to help care services and research for this degenerative disease that attacks the brain and nerve cells. its cause is unknown right now. there's no secure. registration for the three mile walk opens at 9:30 at the park.